Grow and Preserve Your Own Food

WSU Extension staff & Mason County Master Gardeners will be at the Shelton library March 18. Plant. Grow. Then preserve, pickle and brine. Washington State University Food Safety staff and members of the Mason County Master Gardeners will give a presentation on growing and preserving your own food. The event is free of charge and will be at the Shelton Timberland Library (William G. Reed Public Library) from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, March 18.


Herbal Educator At Shelton TRL

Herbalist leads workshop, “Three Common Herbs for Springtime Health”Herbal educator Corinne Boyer will be at the Shelton Timberland Library at 10 a.m., March 29.Join herbal educator Corinne Boyer for a workshop on springtime herbs that build health after a long dark winter. The free workshop will be held at the Shelton Timberland Library (William G. Reed Public Library) on Saturday, March 29 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. The program will begin one hour before the library opens. No other library services will be available until opening time.


Mapping Latino Musical Migrations

A free presentation to spark community conversation: April 27th, 2014. Harstine Island Community Choir Partners With Humanities Washington To Bring Antonio Davidson-Gomez, Musician, Teacher And Lecturer To Shelton For A Dynamic, Interactive Speakers Bureau Event.

Harstine Island Community Choir and Humanities Washington invite the community to an engaging conversation with Antonio Davidson-Gomez, a presenter for the 2013-14 Humanities of Washington Speakers Bureau. This free event takes place April 27th, 2014, at Harstine Island Community Hall, from 2:00-3:00PM. For more information, contact Elizabeth Berndt at 432 9940 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Morning Mowing Reduces SR 302 To One Lane Next Week

KEY PENINSULA – Morning mowing activities four days next week will reduce sections of State Route 302 (Key Peninsula Highway North) to one alternating lane of traffic. From 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Monday through Thursday, March 17-20, Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance crews will mow along a two-mile stretch of Key Peninsula Highway between 138th Avenue Key Peninsula Highway North and 118th Avenue NW. The goal of the mowing is to increase sight distance for motorists, and the two-hour daily work window will allow crews to complete that task while minimizing effects on traffic. Flaggers will provide traffic control and motorists are advised to expect short delays during that two-hour timeframe.